We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byAubrey Woodhouse
Modified over 2 years ago
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFORMATION TASKFORCE Mapping Committee Report Information Technology Infrastructure Survey
How many total servers do you have? TOTAL = 1,653
How many total personal computers do you have? TOTAL = 44,460
What percentage of the buildings on campus have wireless access? MEDIAN = 65%
What percentage of classrooms on campus have wireless access? MEDIAN = 25%
What percentage of the campus geographic area has wireless coverage? MEDIAN = 25%
Approximately how many college owned blackberry/treo like wireless devices do you have? TOTAL = 273
Approximately how many college owned laptop/tablet devices do you have with wireless capability? TOTAL = 3,425
What percentage of your total wireless infrastructure is greater than 11mb? MEDIAN = 100%
Do you plan to implement upgrades to your wireless infrastructure during the next year?
When do you plan to migrate completely to IP video?
What is the backbone capacity of your local network?
At what speed are your servers connected to your campus network?
At what speed are your PCs connected to your campus network?
Intra Campus Connectivity Summary
Have you implemented server virtualization?
Do you have plans to implement or expand server virtualization?
WIDE AREA NETWORK CAPACITY Megabits
Do you prioritize or restrict inbound and/or outbound IP traffic to the college?
What is E-rate? Program designed in 1996 to overcome the “digital divide” Designed to narrow Internet access gap between affluent and non-affluent school.
Negotiating the Internet: Equipment and Beyond David Bankowski IT Manager, Electronic Communications 25 July 2008 Insert graphic.
Home Networking 101 How to Set Up, Secure and Manage A Network.
Networking Project By Tanya Rush Integrating Technology into the Classroom Curriculum.
Is Wi-Fi Ready for This?. High Performance Wi-Fi for Education: Planning, Deploying, and Managing Wi-Fi in Campus Environments © 2011 Xirrus, Inc. All.
Centre for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching Ubiquitous Computing J.I.Mathers Sept
WI-FI BY AMIEE STICKELLS. WHO INVENTED WI-FI ? There is many contributors that helped make Wi-Fi Vic Hayes has been called the "father of WiFi", Vic Hayes.
MathAmigo Your Helping Hand. What is MathAmigo? K – 8 Math Software for Handheld Technologies and Computers.
How to Buy…. What do I want to buy? What do I want?… A desktop or a mobile computer (notebook or tablet) What is the purpose? Where am I going to use.
How Funds Are Raised Major Giving. Major Gifts Major Gift programs are directed toward INDIVIDUAL donors. However, these individual donors may make their.
We interviewed 20 nuclear experts and asked the following questions: On average, how many times a week do you interact with journalists? What percentage.
Avaya Unified Communications for Teleworkers. Agenda © 2009 Avaya Inc. All rights reserved.2 OverviewBusiness ValueSolution Overview.
BUCS / Department of Physics Introduction to Physics IT Support Adrian Hooper Computing Services Supporter Dept. of Physics 3W4.3a /
Doubling using multilink cubes Year 1 Summer Term.
WiFi Hotspots Internet Wireless Connection for Delegates at the UN Information Technology Services Division John Campbell Chief, Operations Service.
digital natives live in a multimedia world only know media in all color prioritize visual learning demand creativity learn best through trial and error.
C HAPTER 4 Computer Networks. Chapter 4 A computer network is a collection of computers and devices connected by communications channels that facilitate.
CSC668 Topics in Computing Project Information and Suggestions.
What is Special about Internet By Mikail Ng and Leon Class 5/5.
TV N EWS The Information Database that gives you access to TV News Reports and Documentaries. Learn How to Search.
AppSense DataNow David Shepherd Pre Sales Director (EMEA)
21st Century Learning with Wireless LAN in Schools.
® 2009 Xirrus, Inc. All Rights Reserved The Wi-Fi Device Explosion - Whats Your Plan? Keith Mackinen (CWNA) Principal Sales Engineer
The Future of Wireless Lee Rudolph © 2013 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T, Globe logo and other marks are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual.
Wireless Access Things that you need to know TC Meeting SCISC – January 17, 2007.
© 2010 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T, AT&T logo and all other marks contained herein are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property.
Colombo, Sri Lanka, 7-10 April 2009 A Pilot Implementation of an NGN Dual Stack IPv4/IPv6 network for MEWC, Malaysia Prof Dr Sureswaran Ramadass, Director,
Looking Beyond the Whiz-bang Technology: Using Mobile Learning Technology to Improve Economic Instruction Steven C. Myers and Daniel A. Talley ASSA Annual.
Anatomy of an Wi-Fi Enterprise Wireless LAN Chris De Herrera Pacific Crest Bank Chief Information Officer Webmaster, Tablet PC Talk, CEWindows.NET.
1RD-CSY LAN (Local Area Network) ◦ A group of computers and associated devices (printers, etc.) ◦ connected through a wired or wireless medium.
© 2016 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.